Attracting quality students to today’s college and university campuses extends beyond the academic offerings and to the quality of the student-life experience.
One of the most effective recruiting tools a university can utilize is a quality campus life offered to its students.
Campus residential life is a key component of the overall university experience, impacting each student regardless of academic concentration area. As a result, students and university administration alike look at residence halls in a holistic light. Students are placing greater emphasis on a wide range of new and different amenities. Study spaces, recreational spaces, computer lounges, cafes and outdoor “student quad” green spaces integrated with residential units enhance student-to-student social interaction and broaden horizons.
No longer merely places to sleep and live, residence halls are now integral elements woven in the campus fabric as places to live, create and innovate.
Our specialty in planning and design for student housing has shaped facilities on over 100 campuses nationwide, from four-year institutions to two-year colleges, which offer an enhanced collegiate student-life experience. We design facilities that respond to today’s student needs through the creation of spaces and environments that foster connectivity and human interaction.
Our team of student housing experts has planned and designed over 30,000 beds, representing over 9 million square feet on higher education campuses nationwide.